An Arthaus Penthouse Premiere Preview


Our Penthouse Premiere showcases the best-outfitted rental constructing but constructed within the metropolis — and a designer-showcase penthouse unit.

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Think about watching the sundown over College Metropolis from this fashionable nice room designed by Philadelphia movie star designer Jimmy DeLaurentis. You may dream in individual at Philly Magazine’s Arthaus Penthouse Premiere, now by Might 22. / {Photograph} by Chris Koontz through Jimmy DeLaurentis Design.

Of all of the locations I’ve lived over these 63 years, the one I keep in mind most fondly is an residence I lived in over a retailer simply off Watertown Sq. in suburban Boston throughout my school years.

The residence, positioned over a type of comfort retailer/soda fountain combos Bostonians name “spas,” wasn’t all that nice shakes: its front room had no home windows and its 4 bedrooms have been all small.  But it surely did have a pleasant midcentury trendy kitchen and eating space within the again, and behind it was a coated deck that confronted due west.

And most summer time evenings, after coming house from work in downtown Boston, I might head out to that deck, placed on Kool and the Gang’s “Summer time Insanity,” gentle up a spliff and watch the solar set over a parking zone, a laundromat and the Watertown Free Public Library.

The one variations between that and the Forty third-floor penthouse terrace at Arthaus are: There’s no roof on the terrace, and the solar units over College Metropolis reasonably than a laundromat.

Okay, okay, these aren’t the one variations. The 60-foot-long Forty third-floor terrace sits on the west finish of what is going to finally be a superb, 5,460-square-foot, four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath, two-level penthouse rental with an inside elevator.

Most of that residence proper now could be a vanilla shell, however that terrace, the kitchen and the east-facing balcony subsequent to it have been all prepared for final evening’s preview social gathering for Philly Magazine’s Penthouse Premiere at Arthaus.

And when you’ve got your eyes set on making that penthouse yours — all it would value you is $15,116,300 — you will get some design inspiration by touring the unit beneath it, on the west facet of the Forty second ground, in the course of the Penthouse Premiere, now underway by Might twenty second.

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The designers who put the Penthouse Premiere collectively: Jimmy DeLaurentis (left), Stella Ludwig (heart) and Danica Satell (proper) {Photograph} of DeLaurentis through Jimmy DeLaurentis Design; Pictures of Ludwig and Satell by Nell Hoving.

The Forty second-floor unit incorporates three bedrooms, 4 full and one half baths, 4,378 sq. ft of inside house, and two balconies — one on the northwest nook, the opposite on the northeast — with 292 sq. ft of house. Philadelphia-based inside designers Jimmy DeLaurentis, Stella Ludwig and Danica Satell have turned that unit into an opulent mixture of the trendy and the Moderne, drawing on their very own immense abilities and aptitude.

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Major bed room / {Photograph} by Nell Hoving

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Visitor bed room / {Photograph} by Nell Hoving

Bed room / {Photograph} by Laura Swartz

DeLaurentis did the good room and first bed room suite, whereas Ludwig did the opposite two bedrooms.

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Kitchen / {Photograph} by Nell Hoving

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Powder room / {Photograph} by Nell Hoving

Satell made the kitchen fairly and likewise designed the butler’s pantry and powder room. She additionally selected the wallpaper for the vestibule.

The nice room and first bed room function gadgets from DeLaurentis’ James by Jimmy DeLaurentis line of bespoke furnishings, whereas the bedrooms, bogs and dressing rooms mirror Ludwig’s love of shade.

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Nice room at evening / {Photograph} by Chris Koontz

And because the nice room takes up the whole west facet of the Forty second ground, it too comes with stunning sunsets over College Metropolis. And after the solar units, the lights of the town make for enchanting sights from it.

Along with the 2 penthouses, these taking the Penthouse Premier tour also can try Arthaus’ many facilities on the sixth and seventh flooring.


Greenhouse and reflecting pool / {Photograph} by Laura Swartz

One pair of facilities that set this luxurious rental other than all the opposite high-end condos within the metropolis are the planter beds and greenhouse within the sixth-floor sky backyard. Two different high-end rental towers include personal gardens — Dranoff’s One Riverside and Bock Growth’s soon-to-open 2100 Hamilton — however no different luxurious rental within the metropolis gives residents the chance to develop their very own meals and decorative vegetation.

Lap pool and hot tub

Lap pool and sizzling tub / {Photograph} by Laura Swartz

In addition they get to get pleasure from a 75-foot indoor pool and sizzling tub, a rooftop canine run, a canine spa, a eating salon with demonstration kitchen, a magnificence salon, a health heart overlooking the Kimmel Heart, a yoga studio, a sauna and steam room, and a children’ playroom. (Sure, this rental is each pet- and family-friendly.)

Club room

Membership room / {Photograph} by Laura Swartz

Personal magnificence salon / {Photograph} by Laura Swartz

It additionally has an out of doors terrace with seating and a reflecting pool, outside grills, a garden for outside rest, a library lounge, a membership room, a board room and a catering kitchen for personal dinners in addition to a laundry room for outsized gadgets

And upon entry, they’re greeted by a mosaic designed by Sicis of Italy and impressed by Claude Monet’s “Water Lilies” sequence of 250 oil work. Dranoff commissioned the mural exactly for its calming and enjoyable qualities.

Arthaus will welcome its first residents in June, and a furnished mannequin unit is open for inspection day by day. However even for those who aren’t planning to purchase an Arthaus condominium on any ground, the Penthouse Premiere can nonetheless offer you inventive design and decor concepts on your own residence or one you propose to purchase.

Beautiful sunsets not included.

Philadelphia journal’s Penthouse Premiere at Arthaus begins at the moment (Thursday, April twenty eighth) and continues by Might twenty second, with excursions out there from midday to 7 p.m. Thursday by Saturday and midday to 4 p.m. on Sunday.  Tickets value $20 to $25. A portion of the proceeds from every sale will profit the Kimmel Heart’s free music teaching programs for Title I faculties. To buy tickets, go to

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